Technical Emmys awarded in New York Ceremony

The National Television Academy announced the winners of the 2003 Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards
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The National Television Academy has announced the winners of the 2003 Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards. Emmys were awarded for outstanding achievement in technology and engineering. Among the winners:

  • Pioneering Efforts in the Development of Automated, Server-Based Closed Captioning Systems: Turner Networks
  • Pioneering Development of Digital Modulator Adaptive Pre-Correction for ATSC 8-VSB Digital Transmitter Systems: Thales Broadcast & Multimedia
  • Development & Application of Sub-Pixel Imaging Devices For Television Cameras: Thomson Broadcast & Media Solutions
  • Development of Surround Sound for Television: Dolby Laboratories, Jim Fosgate, and Peter Scheibe
  • Pioneering Development of mass-produced digital reflective imaging technology for consumer rear projection television: Texas Instruments DLP Products
  • Coding Technology for Optical Recording Formats: Dr. Kees Immink
  • Technology to simultaneously encode multiple video qualities and the corresponding metadata to enable real-time conformance and/or playout of the higher quality video (nominally broadcast) based on the decisions made using the lower quality proxies: Pinnacle Systems (Montage) and Thomson Broadcast & Media Solutions (Philips)

For a list of other winners, visit www.emmyonline.org/emmy/tech.html.

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